Saskatchewan Roughriders vs Winnipeg Blue Bombers free the best service around

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Saskatchewan Roughriders vs Winnipeg Blue Bombers free the best service around.” “As I said at the beginning of the week, the West is crazy,” said defender Willie Jefferson. “It’s crazy, and you just have to keep winning.

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“At the moment, it’s a failure, but we have to recover, find what we need to find and prepare for next week.”
In fact, some players said the loss was a reality test for the Roughriders.

“This is something that everyone has to come (understand) individually,” said GM head coach Chris Jones. “We know what our weaknesses are; we just have to keep trying to work with them and get a little more serious next week. ”

After each team attacked their first run, the attackers opened an account at 5:25 of the first quarter, in possession of Saskatchewan.

Midfielder Adam Bigill pulled the ball out of receiver Kyran Moore’s hands, and flew straight into Anthony Gyator’s mittens, which were 45 yards for a touchdown. Justin Medoc became the oldest, and Winnipeg led 7-0.

Roughriders defended the bombers less than six yards from a net offense on their first two possessions, but Winnipeg turned around quickly, conceding a 72-yard pass from Matt Nichols to Darwin Adams at 1:10 of the first quarter. Director Medlon gave Winnipeg a 14-0 lead.

Medoc extended the lead to 17-0 with a 29-yard field goal at 6:11 of the second quarter. The pointer of the track was established intercepting Taylor Loffler, his second in the first half.

The Bombers’ advantage rose to 24 at 12:31 of the second quarter, when Medlock made a 31-yard touchdown landing from Chris Streveller to Weston Dressler on the second and third floors.

Shooting Streveler in a TD and Medlock conversion of a yard at 2:28 pm completed the score. It was the biggest deficiency of the Roughriders’ deficiency since August 3, 2000, when they intercepted Montreal Alouettes 41-7 during the break. In Montreal, they prevailed 62-7.

Brandon Bridge replaced Zaha Kollaros with the second possession of Saskatchewan in the second half, but the backup could not generate any rest.